Ameya Kulkarni, MD, a cardiologist with the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group, offers his insights on what it means when your heart skips a beat in a U.S. News and World Report article. In the April article, Dr. Kulkarni says that…
We may be in the dog days of summer, but there's no shortage of things to be #grateful for among Permanente physicians in our latest tweetcap.
A group of physicians, including Vincent Liu, MD, MS, research scientist at Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Northern California, recently published a roadmap for the responsible use of machine-learning-based interventions.
The Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine will welcome its first class of students in August 2020, and excitement is mounting for the newly accredited school to open its doors to a new generation of physicians who will lead the transformation of health care delivery.
Recent research from Permanente stroke specialist Alex Flint, MD, shows that both systolic and diastolic numbers are key to determining heart attack and stroke risk.
Modern Healthcare's Women Leaders in Healthcare Conference took place Wednesday, July 31 through Thursday, August 1 in Chicago. The two-day conference brought together female executives looking to further their professional and personal development while networking with peers.
Kaiser Permanente’s Firearm Injury Prevention Task Force co-leads David Grossman, MD, MPH, and Bechara Choucair, MD, co-authored an article recently published in Pediatrics on the role health systems have in preventing firearm injury. The article states that in order for health professionals to be effective in protecting patients from firearm injury, they must know how to identify high-risk individuals and have the tools necessary to intervene effectively.
A recent article in The New York Times examines an that doctors can use to assess patient risk for H.I.V and recommend a daily pill to prevent infection – a strategy referred to as PrEP. The idea to use data from electronic health records to determine if patients are at high risk for H.I.V. infection was borne from researchers at Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Northern California and Harvard.
Sunday was #WorldHepatitisDay, which presented a unique opportunity to raise awareness and highlight some of the latest research and advancements in the field.
Richard S. Isaacs, MD, FACS, CEO and executive director of The Permanente Medical Group, met recently with U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Sec. Alex Azar in efforts to help develop a quality road map.